If you could have any gun you want

Discussion in 'Auto & Semi-Auto Discussion' started by Kramer, Oct 10, 2007.

  1. Kramer

    Kramer New Member

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    If you could have any gun you wanted for free what would it be?
     
  2. matt g

    matt g New Member Supporter

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    I'd really like to have the M1A that I ordered several months ago. An M60 would also be cool, as would an M249. I wouldn't mind having a CheyTac, an Accuracy International and a Barret either.
     

  3. ScottG

    ScottG New Member

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    Whatever's the most expensive!!!! :)
     
  4. vegasjeepguy

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  5. Bolt Action

    Bolt Action New Member

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    Not sure really,theres just so many out there..I have a small list of what I want..but if I had to chose one..one gun over all others....well,I've allready got it...my Mosin,But if I could chose more than one...

    M1A Garand,Springield '03,Tokarev SVT-40,MP-40,STG-44 and a Nambu T-11.
     
  6. notdku

    notdku Administrator Staff Member

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    Automatic shotgun .... [ame]http://youtube.com/watch?v=bf8viCUkadg[/ame]

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  7. Big Gay Al

    Big Gay Al New Member

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    If I could have any gun I want, it's a toss up between the Lewis gun, and the BAR.
     
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    robocop10mm Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    anygun

    HK-21E. Belt fed 7.62 x 51. Uber cool.
     
  10. Chuck

    Chuck New Member

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    It's a toss up between a BAR and M-14. The MG-42 and StG44 come to mind too.
     
  11. djl4570

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    A genuine TRW M14 with all TRW parts.
     
  12. Righteous

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  13. matt g

    matt g New Member Supporter

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    Nice. Where are you in Nor Cal?
     
  14. djl4570

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    SF Bay Area for now. That being said the original question didn't require that the firearm in question be legal in my jurisdiction. :) I'd have to move to Nevada to actually own a Title II firearm.
     
  15. matt g

    matt g New Member Supporter

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    If you were to run a Smith or Fulton receiver, you could build the rest of the gun with NOS TRW parts. The semi-auto receiver would carry a clean Cali serial number. If you watch Gun Broker, you'll find quite a few TRW parts for sale. After assembling most of the action, you could send the rifle into Krieger and have them hand fit a barrel.

    I've actually considered going this route, as it wouldn't cost too much more than an off the shelf M1A, and in the end, you'd have a more accurate gun.
     
  16. djl4570

    djl4570 New Member

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    I already have TRW bolts, an oprod and trigger group. I plan to order a forged LRB receiver at some point but they've been backed ordered for some time. I'll have it assembled onto a McMillian stock that's gathering dust in the closet as well. I do want a hand fitted barrel and I'd like it with a shorter throat and less sloppy neck than I've measured on every factory .308 rifle I've checked.
     
  17. daltotuck

    daltotuck New Member

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    m40a3 brothers in the marines and ive gotten to shoot it before it's amazing,2,000$ scope works pretty good
     
  18. jeepejeep

    jeepejeep New Member

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    A really great condition Garand. Man I love those old, heavy mothers!!
     
  19. Gunnutz13

    Gunnutz13 New Member

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    Already got em

    Already got my dream guns...
     

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